Scott Martin, FOX23 News

Scott Martin, FOX23 News

Scott Martin joined the FOX23 news team in September 2020. Born and raised in southeast Oklahoma, Scott’s so excited to be covering news that matters to those in his home state. Scott’s a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma. “Roll chos!” Prior to moving back home, Scott’s covered some big stories in Texas and Mississippi. Most notably, Mississippi’s historic vote to change the state’s flag, removing a confederate emblem. It had been a controversial topic for years, and after prior failed attempts to remove the flag, legislators finally made the historic move to change the state’s flag. Scott was one of the main anchor’s a WCBI, a CBS affiliate in North Mississippi. He covered President Trump’s two visits to the state, co moderated one of the state’s only gubernatorial debates, and was one of the first reporters on the scene after an EF3 tornado ripped through downtown Columbus, even damaging the TV station. Scott has a passion for people and loves to share the stories that are important to them. Outside of the news world, Scott is usually spending time with his family he’s missed so much while out of the state. Oh, and he won’t be seen without his Miniature Schnauzer Moose. If you have a story tip email Scott at smartin@fox23.com.

Latest Headlines by Scott Martin


CEO of Webco Industries in Sand Springs says she’s extremely happy the Supreme Court of the United States blocked the vaccine requirement for private employers. Webco employees over 1,200 people in the country. Around 900 of those right here in Oklahoma.


Ashley Wise has been battling Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for the last eight years. Earlier this month, her service dog Millie, a Belgium Malinois-German Shepherd mix, got out of the back yard. She was last seen near 81st and Memorial with the family’s other dog Rocco.



An online petition is making the rounds asking Oral Robert’s University (ORU) to make changes to its honor code because some call it discriminatory against the LGBTQ+ community.


In a private meeting at the Nienhuis Park Community Center in Broken Arrow, more than 100 people met to discuss their concerns.


Research by John Hopkins Medicine show suicide rates drop in the month of December then spike in the new year. Particularly, April, May, and June.


Muskogee’s very own Swon Brothers are coming back to town Saturday. Over the last nine years, the country duo has put on a show to help raise money and take donations for the Salvation Army.




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